May 12, 2016

If you’re in the hiring and retention business, you are an investor — in human capital, time, effort, opportunity cost, and hope. Here are seven ways to best protect your hiring investment. Because even if you’ve batted .1000 on every hire you’ve ever made, there are no guarantees your next hire will fill your organization’s current and future needs to a “T.”

Rallyware
April 26, 2016

Hiring the wrong people for your job openings is an error that compounds over time. Don’t put salad dressing on your breakfast cereal. Let your employees help you out.

George Elfond
George Elfond
April 22, 2016

Earth Day is all about taking action. With more than one billion people now participating in Earth Day activities each year, it has become the largest civic observance in the world and the perfect time for Samsung and Rallyware to unveil the Climate Superstars Program – a unique and innovative approach to environmental education. Making […]

Rallyware
April 8, 2016

The same principles you apply to ecommerce also apply to cultivating your top employees. You shop online, right? Pay bills electronically? Most of us do. In fact, more and more, online commerce is changing how retailers can expect to thrive in today’s economy. Business models are changing as a result. Apart from the convenience of […]

George Elfond
George Elfond
March 28, 2016

High employee engagement is a proven bottom-line driver. But how high can you go?

You watch a little TV/Hulu/Netflix, right? I’ve been known to log an hour or four in front of the high-def color screen, ingesting the comedy/drama/sports/mystery the content providers have to offer. Sometimes, magic happens.

George Elfond
George Elfond
February 25, 2016

What is the solution to facilitate the transition of the new hire into a loyal employee? First of all, it lies in the profound understanding of the notion of onboarding.

The what, why, and how of employee onboarding.

Rallyware
February 11, 2016

If you read the Society for Human Resource Management’s most recent report on the subject, you might have the impression that all is well with employee engagement in the United States. The report states that about 86% of employees are satisfied at their jobs.

But Gallup’s report presents a more dismal picture—only about 31% of employees are engaged at work.

Rallyware
January 14, 2016

How employees feel about their work is important, since they spend such a large part of their life in the workplace. A 2013 study by Gallup found that nearly two-thirds of American workers are not engaged in their work, and nearly one-quarter are “actively disengaged.”

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